ReliXchange Day 5
A new sunny and warm day started, which we took as a good sign for what’s ahead on our final day in Berlin. We started with a quick reflection on the past days, before our special guest Amin Saleh, a German-Egyptian Rapper, was introduced. Because he has been through a lot of discrimination, as he was born to Egyptian parents, he now uses his art to promote respect and tolerance. He was our trainer for the Rap4Respect workshop, in which we recorded our own Rap-Song to express the experiences and insights we gained throughout the whole week. This was a perfect end for a perfect week.
In the evening we had a farewell party to say goodbye, take pictures and exchange expectations for the week in Cairo. It was an emotional time of hugs and tears. Now we are all looking forward to seeing each other again for another interesting week, when we meet in Cairo in only 15 days.
Adrian, Sarah, Joscha and Mina
A project as part of the German-Egyptian Transformation Partnership
The ReliXchange project receives financial support by the German-Egyptian Transformation Partnership through the German Foreign Office, by funds of the Ecclesiastical Development Services through Bread for the World – Protestant Church Development Service and by the “International Youth Work” Programme of the German Federal Child and Youth Plan through BKJ
|ReliXchange Day 4||Tilmann Schneider’s report about his internship at Center for Arab West Understanding in Cairo|
|ReliXchange Day 4|
|Tilmann Schneider’s report about his internship at Center for Arab West Understanding in Cairo|